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The general public is able to access arrest records for free by using state and county websites, county courthouses and the Federal Bureau of Prisons, reports The Law Dictionary. Additional places to start public record ... More »

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The cost and ease of access to public records varies from state to state. To find out how to access public arrest records and how much it might cost, contact the local, state, or federal agency that handles the arrest re... More »

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Basic information about arrest records and convictions is often available for public viewing in the county sheriff's or city police department's website. In most cases, the individual searching for the records has to pro... More »

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The general public can inquire about arrest records by calling the law enforcement agency responsible for the arrest or by accessing the online public arrest records usually available on the websites of state and federal... More »

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